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a loss by the second place atlanta braves secured the club's first ever n.l. east crown. >>> coming up, who's hosting the oscars and who's still the queen when it comes to highest paid women. your early morning entertainment headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, some pet owners will go to almost any lengths to pam perfect their pooch, and we've got the video to prove it. you're watching "early today." >>> welcome back to "early today." umbrella day in areas of the ohio valley back through the mid-atlantic. it's not raining all over the place. hit-and-miss showers from west virginia and even from new york city to d.c. south florida has a good chance of getting wet weather today. the big weather story is what's going to happen here. beautiful, warm day in the north today. fire danger high. 82 in billings, 70 in minneapolis. tomorrow, the first signs of that really cold air. rain and 12340e mix possible for areas of montana. billings drops 30 degrees. that cool air is heading all through the middle of the country. if you're watching us on kjrh 2 news in tulsa, oklahoma, see the broad sp
in the majors. it will be the reds, the nationals, the giants, braves and cardinals in the national league with all the division winners already set. so the braves and cardinals have that one-game playoff in the wild card. less clear in the american league, rangers, a's, tigers, orioles, yankees all in but two pennant winners have yet to be determined. a couple of times trying to stay out of that wild card game. with all this talk, you might wonder why we're going to show you a pinch-hit at-bat in the marlins game. greenberg got a second chance to step to the plate in the big leagues last night at the age of 31. his at-bat came against 20-game winner r.a. dickey. he respected him enough to pitch him like any other big leaguer. he struck out swinging but got a standing ovation from the crowd in miami. said after the game he could not have been happier with the way things turned out. >>> coming up at the top of the hour on "morning joe," live from washington, new polling numbers from three key battleground states. just out minutes ago, set the backdrop. whelihan did i cap that thing with the
champion, st. louis cardinals, taking on the braves in atlanta. go, braves! they'll get things going at 5:07 eastern. >> employees in atlanta are rooting for the braves. >> yes. there's my loyalty. >>> we have a gas shortage to tell you about. some gas stations have shut down all together. a live report coming up after this quick break. creamy spinach artichoke dip, crispy garlic chicken spring rolls. they're this season's must-have accessory. lean cuisine. be culinary chic. inspiration. great power. iconic design. exhilarating performance. [ race announcer ] audi once again has created le mans history! [ male announcer ] and once in a great while... all of the above. take your seat in the incomparable audi a8. the highest-ranked vehicle appeal among large premium cars by j.d. power and associates. ♪ why does my mouth feel dryer than i remember it to be? there are more people taking more medication, so we see people suffering from dry mouth more so. we may see more cavities, bad breath, oral irritation. a dry mouth sufferer doesn't have to suffer. i would recommend biotene. the enzymes
's very brave battle and his christmas wish. >> he has been battling cancer most of his young life. his wish was to simply have a christmas earlier than usual in an attempt to feel better. abc's david muir has the story. >> reporter: little 5-year-old nathan norman is getting the mail and lots of it. so much so his entire family right there helping him, mom, dad, sister there too. their mailbox already overflowing with christmas cards. >> nathan, racing into wish you a merry christmas. >> reporter: the holiday coming early for a buy who wanted it to. nathan has been fighting cancer since he was just a year old. his mom and dad and the phone calls that come at all hours of the day. >> it is never good when the doctor's office calls you after hours. >> reporter: what started as brain cancer spread, he had surgery, chemotherapy and he is fight it. his latest scan shows tumors have been stubborn. even at 5 knowing he is up against a fight. the one thing that would make him happy and get him through it would be to celebrate an early christmas. >> nathan asked when we got home if we would --
reigns furiously as atlanta braves fans lash out after a controversial call. watch this. >> there are bottles and cans falling short and landing on fans down in the seats close to the field. >> infield fly truly blame. "fox & friends" begins right now. >> look boys and girls. >> hi, clayton, bring in the old refs. >> different sport. >> >> dave is on vacation, huh. >> that's why you are here. >> okay. >> we should mention this morning that mike jerrick, we brought him back down to sea level because of the high altitude. >> is that the explanation? >> i have used that before for many excuses i have used over the years. a rash, many different excuses. >> high altitude for your poor debate performance? that was, of course, one of the excuses we were hearing about this week. al gohl gore floating the excuse that high altitude the reason for the poor debate performance. he gave that incredible speech at the dnc in denver. remember that rousing speech with the columns. that was also in the same city. hard to believe ethics could you say. >> the obama team has yet to really fas
. the braves went on to lose to the cardinals. braves out, cardinals advance. >>> you know that michael phelps can swim. but apparently can play a little golf, too. the most decorated athlete in olympic history upstages some of the best golfers in the world. check this out. >> did it go in? >> 153-foot putt. in the hole. how about that? took about 17 seconds for the ball to go in the hole. that's roughly the time for phelps to swim about 50 meters, roughly the same as the putt he made. he's a 16 handicap golfer. a little better than me. and i never made a putt close to that. a little? >> luck. let's just call it luck. >> luck. >> ron claiborne, thank you. >>> the woman who earned the nickname black widow is facing fresh charges. she will be in court next week, charged with attempted murder for allegedly trying to poison her husband. this from a woman who had previous marriages end in death and who actually did time for killing one of those husbands. abc's john schriffen is here with more on this. >> reporter: bizarre doesn't begin to describe this story. according to reports out of canada, rep
insulation is only $11.87 a roll. a baseball scene win or take all game between the atlanta braves and st. louis cardinals had a lot of people angry. in the eighth inning there is a pop fly in the out field. the umpire ruled simmons was out in the in field fly rule. things got ugly. fans in atlanta turning the place in a trash heap x. throwing bottles and garbage on the field. cardinals defeated the braves three-- 5-3. >> governor mitt romney campaigning in florida. speaking to supporters. telling the president obama has not gotten america back on track and he will the job done. mr. mitt romney said he will replace obama care with real health care reform. >> a terrorist known for having a hook for a hand is back in the u.s. facing charges of terrorism. they are under tight security to face trial in new york city . we'll keep you apprised of that one. that is the folks report. i am harris faulkner the police season is heating up. 31 days until
the braves and cardinals. round one, of course, they will play the winner of that game on sunday and will take place in st. louis or atlanta, back here at nats park tuesday, wednesday, and thursday for games three-five. all right, there was some other big news today. home field advantage, sure and how about this? the president's race. teddy roosevelt who won, is yet to win and is pulling up in the rear as usual and baby philly fanatic, comes out and knocks down the competition. washington, jefferson, lincoln and opens up a clear path for teddy who takes advantage to win the first president's race and teddy is finally on the board and how about that? 525 races, i believe, that he failed to win. teddy is on the board and this team is going to home season with homefield advantage. >> all right, scott, thank you. i wish i would have seen you before you left. shawn and i still need our championship t-shirts. hint, hint. >> yeah, i know. >> all right, see you soon. >>> it's nice to see him get on the board and that seems like cheap for teddy to win the race, don't you think? >> at leas
the atlanta braves lost. many people in washington have been waiting their entire lives for a moment like this. megan mcgrath has been hanging out with nats fans all morning. >> reporter: we are here at the tasty diner in bethesda. they opened in the 1930s. that's the last time a washington baseball team took the title. so, needless to say, this is all very big news. look at that headline. nats clinch. we have been talking to baseball fans here, nats fans and they are very excited. at the tasty diner in bethesda this morning, the omelets came with a side of natitude. the braves lost, too. it doesn't matter. the nats are the n.l. east division champions. >> i'm hoping they go all the way. we haven't had a champion in a long time. >> reporter: it's the first time in 79 years that a washington baseball team has taken the title. last time was the senators back in 1933. and nats fans are thrilled. how far will they go? >> i got confidence in them. all the way. >> i'm excited. we have not had a baseball team do well in this area for many, maniyear, probably since the senators were in, way before my
dropping safely in the out field and so the braves lost the one game wildcard to the cardinals, 6-3. >> arthel: politics, the race for the white house, tightening, and three key swing states according to the latest rasmussen poll, taken after wednesday night's debate, the governor leads president obama in florida and virginia and the president maintains his lead in ohio. so, what are some of the biggest deciding factors for voters in these states? an advisor to democratic senator bob casey and former staffer for democratic governor ed rendell and brad blakeman, a former assistant to president george w. bush. good to see both of you. >> good to see you. >> arthel: we'll dissect it state by state and, florida, it could come down to florida, you have the heavily courted hispanic mayor deeply divided along party lines and strengths and challenges we'll talk about for the president and governor in florida. donna, you start. >> well, i mean, i think it has been accurately voted that florida now qualifies as a purple state because of the divisions you cited. and i think the president's m
the claim insisted on braving the elements to tour the grounds of the 200-acre estate she hopped into the main and start that was filled with mops and brooms. reagan had promised the queen arrest and style ride on horseback at his rancho del see yellow on a mountaintop near santa barbara. the relentless downpour forced the house to arrange 4-wheel drive vehicles to climb the 7 miles of hair-thin turns up the mountain. despite concerns about the dangers the queen was eager to take the treacherous dirt wearing black leather boots and a macintosh. she says, if we can get there, let's go. the ride on horseback had to be canceled. a thick slog blocks the view, but the two couples had a lunch of tacos and enchiladas and three fried beans. that was so enjoyable, the queen said, especially they used beans. [laughter] in san francisco there was a black-tie dinner in honor of a queen and prince philip at the museum. watching the clock, he asked the queen's private secretary, sir philip morris, why she was taking so long to get ready. the queen needs heard tiara time , he replied he then ex
enough to brave the growing threat from al qaeda in libya he was saying that back in july it should have been raising alarm bells at the time. >> members of the government reform committee claimed multiple pleas were denied by the u.s. government. they sent a letter to hillary clinton demanding answers. they are also hearing next week. jason will be joining fox and friends today at 8:50. you will want to hear that one. it is time for the first degree weather update from maria molina who has a look at this. >> looking good at the part of the eastern see board a little on the muggy side we are dealing with fog across the area because we have a storm system that is a slow mover continuing to push eastward are lingering showers. that's what we are going to be talking about across the entire eastern sea board. 75 over raleigh 63 over new york city. otherwise you can see lingering some drizzle out across up state new york down into parts of pennsylvania. we are going to continue to see the showers and storms through out the day today across portions of the northeast parts of the carolinas down
as an investigation that killed the ambassador and three other brave americans. more questions are being raised over the obama administration's official version of what happened. now live for us in washington, dc. steve, what exactly is being asked by the senator? >>reporter: the senator on the foreign affairs committee wants do know why the f.b.i. has not been able to enter benghazi to investigate the murders. he calls the situation "bizarre" and demanding answers. the letter seas, 18 days ago the administration said it was appropriate for our consulate to be lightly guarded. what has changed in such a short time that the f.b.i. and lead investigative personnel cannot safely enter the city? >> there are calls for the resignation of u.n. ambassador susan rice who said a few day after the attack it appears to be a spontaneous uprising again the antimuslim video. >> we have reports now that intelligence people knew in 24 hours this was a terrorist attack. yet they sent her out to say things that were absolutely false and continued to do so. >>reporter: john mccain says the violent conflict with -- the
to do with race or religion or ethnicity, but with how much people wait. one brave woman takes the stand. -- on that is next. ally bank. why they have a raise your rate cd. tonight our guest, thomas sargent. nobel laureate in economics, and one of the most cited economists in the world. professor sargent, can you tell me what cd rates will be in two years? no. if he can't, no one can. that's why ally has a raise your rate cd. ally bank. your money needs an ally. >> the truth is i am overweight. you could call me fat and, yes, even obese on a doctor's chart. to the person who wrote me that letter, do you think i don't know that? your accrual words are pointing out something that i don't see. >> this anonymous letter writer is setting a bad example for his own children and the anti bullying month. >> i fight with my weight every day. that woman could have been a more eloquent spokesman for those of us the struggle. stuart: at that tape is self-explanatory. a news anchor receives a nasty letter about her weight. she response on the air. you heard our company's response here now is "my take.
league east divisional champs because the braves lost. everybody loses and the nats win the championship. this is the team's first trip to the playoffs in it's the- year history in d.c. so exciting times here. >> didn't somebody mention, it has been 79 years since playoff baseball in washington. >> for them to just be here eight years an already be at this level is pretty significant too. >> hopefully, this is sustainable. >> they have the nucleus of a great team. it is hard. ask the poor orioles that have gone 15 years. >> they're winning right now. >> i know. this is a great time to be in this area. let's get to the radar real quick. bring an umbrella. we will see some showers on and off today. some of the downpours are pretty good here just north appear west of washington at the moment. the darker colors now pushing across 270 up into montgomery county, loudoun county, some pretty good rain rates. rest of the area, if you are waking up towards annapolis, you will see scattered showers this morning. we'll be on and off with the scattered shower activity on and off during the course of
york can yesterday in honor of a brave navy s.e.a.l. who gave the ultimate sacrifice. >> joining us are michael murphy's parents, dan and maw maureen. >> mrs. murphy, an incredible day yesterday. your son is the recipient posthumously of the medal of honor. now we have a destroyer named after him at pier 88 in the hudson river yesterday. tell us about the feelings that you have and you, mr. murphy, the overwhelming pride and also sadness you must be experiencing at this time. >> well, i'm proud and i'm honored to be the sponsor of the ship. and it's very personal to see your son's name up on a big destroyer. michael was very humble but i think that he would be very happy because the crew and the captain of that ship, they're wonderful. they really are a great crew. and the captain is -- he's a very nice man and he's a good communicator. i think michael would be proud to witness this if he was here. >> mr. murphy, we know you're losing your voice. yesterday was probably a lot of talking for you. but it must have been overwhelming on some level, all of that. tell us your thoughts. >>
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'll be watching "the five." coming up next, brave zoo keeper has what it takes for a buffet in the swimming pool (they're not supposed to be in this country burkses that not stopping one state to give illegal immigrants a license to drive. [ male announcer ] how do you measure happiness? by the armful? by the barrelful? the carful? how about...by the bowlful? campbell's soups give you nutrition, energy, and can help you keep a healthy weight. campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do. >> eric: as we told you at the top of the hour, the director of national intelligence, james clapper, in the hot seat for the mixed messages on the continental late attack in libya. >> steve: lawmakers sending off a letter to mr. clapper calling for an independent investigation. joining us now from nashville, one of those who wrote the letter, republican from tennessee, bob corker. senator, thank you for joining us live. >> good morning. thank you. good to be with you. >> steve: good to have you. i don't blame you for writing a letter. it seems pretty extraordinary that we had our ambassador and other americans' l
cameras. >> good girl. >> reporter: but for jeff harwell, braving animals others see as dangerous is worth it. >> sometimes we get caught up in playing. we're not performing anymore. people aren't even there. it's just my tiger and me. >> john muller, abc news, new york. >> wow. luckily, thankfully no incidents, injuries have been reported, nothing since 1991. >> wow. speaking of things you will never, ever see in life. that's one of them.3q another one killed by lime scale. how can the dishwasher do its job ? adding finish power up to your detergent brings your dishwasher back to life. dishwasher buildup, cloudiness, spots, even tough stains-- gone ! so don't give up. add finish power up. wow ! see the difference. >>> this morning on "world news now" -- airline action. american airlines and its pilots union agree to resume talks in their bitter labor standoff. >>> meanwhile the mystery of loose seats on three american flights may have been solved. it's wednesday, october 3rd. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >>> good wednesday morning, everyone. i'm paula faris. >> a
the hand of the brave. >> yeah. you haven't been to the same cocktail parties. [laughter] we now are going to open it up for questions. we've got a few minutes to take some inquiries from the audience. so who wants to get alienated at cocktail parties? how about in the red jacket over here. >> hi, i'm eliza newman carney from roll call. can you talk about the implications of the super pac and also the nonprofit phenomenon for the down ballot races, the house and senate races, even the state legislative races? >> my vote is that the high water of the super pac at the presidential level was, as said earlier, in the primaries. the high water mark for the super pac in the general election is going to be at the house and senate level, and the simple reason is that you're looking at the numbers we saw up there, you're talking about literally billions of dollars being spent in the presidential and a super pac can make a difference. but it is not going to be the dominant speaker. certainly in a house race, in a senate race a super pac can -- and we're seeing evidence that they're coming in and spe
something very brave. you had come out and facing almost the ultimate fear. >> yes. >> reporter: you did not want to be shown. >> no. >> reporter: why? >> this is clearly something i had held in for so long, that only a few close, dear friends are aware of what i experienced through the hands of waseem daker. the poor guy had to confront the man who stabbed him 18 times. if he's going to do it, i have to be strong for him. to show him, we can do it. >> reporter: dna evidence tied daker to the crime scene. and the strength of his former victims made the jury see him for what they said he was, a killer, who will hurt these people no more. >> no longer will someone other than me control my life and interrupt my thoughts. >> reporter: how do you feel different in the quiet moments? >> i can sleep a lot easier than i used to. and i just feel more free than i did before. >> reporter: you took the power back. >> yes, i did. he has no power over me. >> reporter: imagine how hard it was to get to that point, george. this was the boogieman to this man and this woman. >> probably one of the reasons
anchor's brave response to a cyber-bully who attacked her over her weight. and why this story is now getting national attention. stay tuned. >> but to the person who wrote me that letter, do you think i don't know that? that your cruel words are pointing out something that i don't see? you don't know me, you are not a friend of mine, so you know nothing about me. and it tastes ? sure does! wow. it's the honey, it makes it taste so... well, would you look at the time... what's the rush? be happy. be healthy. is efficiently absorbed in small continuous amounts. citracal slow release continuously releases calcium plus d with efficient absorption in one daily dose. citracal slow release. megyn: we are tracking some major developments concerning american airlines right now. the pilots' union agreeing to delay the release of a strike authorization vote and to resume stalled contract talks this as the airline deals with a troubling series of mechanical problems. first, there were rows of seats on three of its flights separating from the floor midflight, and then another incident yesterday i
sunday, he was so brave and the way he took on the public sector union, in no way anyone had before. he was so articulate and bright. he had become the star. i thought we would probably lose this election. cannot take out an incumbent, especially someone who is personally as likable as obama. and for one thing, chris christie made it very clear he was not running. but i supported mitt romney back in 2008. i changed my mind about being able to beat obama. i do not think anybody could have done it. he is not only the best candidate to run against obama, in the best he has forced his opponents to default when he ran for the illinois legislature, and when he ran for the senate pretty forced his democratic opponent in the primary. he dug up some divorce records and all of a sudden he was in the bottom of the pack. and then he was running against a spectacular republican, jack ryan, like a mitt romney of illinois. at into would begin obama. once again, the obama campaign digs up child custody records. he had been married to someone from star trek. and she had made allegations that he to occur
strange mcnamara. that middle name was always telling, i thought. i thought it was brave of him and right of him to have written that book and that he deserves to be commended for it. c-span: you write in that same column, 'then we cannot understand how we got from the end of 'nam to where we are now, all this distrust and dislike that americans now have for one another, all this cynicism.' >> guest: i think that vietnam was a terribly destructive episode. and i'm--it's interesting to me, as somebody who was young in the '60s, to hear now the constant references to the '60s as though sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll were the only things that happened. i was very--like many young people in the '60s, i was very political, and as far as i was concerned, the '60s were about first the civil rights movement and then the anti-war movement. and i missed sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll entirely. damn, what a fool. but it was a time, i thought, of great idealism. and then when--when the country got dragged into vietnam, i think it dragged a lot of people into despair and cynicism and nihilism because it w
. this is no family picnic race. no way. take a look. 50 couples braving a log hurdle, a pond, and a sand trap on the 278-yard obstacle course. the winners earn cash prices as they cross the finish line. the first was there in under 53 seconds. >> you can run so fast but...the hand off...you must...be very careful. >>heather: the winning couple has won the world-wide wife carrying championship four years in a row. i want to know right there, what would kate do if you were carrying her backwards upside down through mud? >>gregg: i would trip, surely and we would both be in it. >>gregg: you might have seen governor romney's performance at the first presidential debate but before that happened, did you catch this? >> what does romney have to do? >> romney needs to articulate a plan as to what he is going to do to change america. pat's right, he has to make himself accessible to the american people. beyond that, unless people get a sense that he has a clear alternative vision for the country and specific approaches to get there, he will not succeed. >>gregg: was the romney campaign watching "campa
: it's a "gma" ambush makeover. and we're scoping out times square for two, brave ladies. for my assignment, i met up with style expert allison day, and hair guru, ted gibson. >> we're on a style mission. you have to be our eyes on the street, cam. here's your tools. you're going to go upstairs. we're going to be eyes in the sky. >> reporter: the mission was on. >> ambush makeover in progress. >> reporter: do you have a second? for "good morning america." i'm cameron. i work here. maybe not. >> i'm on my way to work. >> we have to speed up this project. >> reporter: hi. see you later. have a good day. >> should be able to get them just like that. right? >> reporter: i have to change my tactics a little bit. i'm a little too aggressive. my luck was turning around. you'll do this? >> i'll do it. >> reporter: we got her. erica's a new mom and a lawyer, who needed to amp up her look. >> i think we can make this fabulous. >> reporter: now, just one more. we have jill down here, who is all over. jill's a mom of two and a v.p. in finance, who needed a fashion update. >> jill, excited to
, the al-qaeda conspiracy to kill ambassador stevens and the three brave hero colleagues in benghazi. so they are getting -- the libyans have a pretty fair idea of who did this. >> brian: you like the pace of this? >> the pace of it is frustrating. i am bitterly frustrated by the snail's pace of it. but you know, they did not want to compound the tragedy by sending the f.b.i. in there and getting one of them snagged or one of them killed. >> steve: there were documents all overt floor! >> the cnn reporters and others did a fine job of going through the remains there and taking ambassador stevens' notebook and everything else and so forensically, the site has already been compromised to a great extent. but the investigation is proceeding. we know and will know who did this. the question then becomes much more complex, what do you do about it? now you have this bubble, pro-american sentiment in libya. you have the anti-militia demonstrations going on. how do we attack now the people who did this to our people without turning that -- >> gretchen: so many unanswered questions because it was
. he was so brave in the way he took on the public sector unions the way no republican had ever done before and everybody loved it. and he was just so articulate and bright. and he had become this star. i thought we would probably lose this election. because you can't take out an incumbent. especially one who's personally likable as obama is. and then for one thing, chris christie made it very clear he wasn't running, but i supported romney back in 2008. and i changed my mind about being able to beat obama. though i don't think anyone could have done it. and mitt romney is not only best candidate to run against obama because in the past, he has basically forced his opponents to default. he did when he ran for the illinois legislature. he did it when he ran for the senate. he forced his democratic opponents in the primary, blair hull, was way ahead of him. and dug up some sealed divorce records and suddenly blair hull falls to the bottom of the pack and obama wins the primary. then he was running against a spectacular republican in the general election for senate from illinois. jaric
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